Creating and implementing an effective Living Learning Community
Duration: 1 hour
Facilitator: Dr. Matthew Kerch
Living learning communities serve as high impact practices for our students and create meaningful relationships between learning in and out of the classroom. As the roles of Living learning communities have changed over the years, so have implementation efforts. It is a constant battle for programs to stay current, relevant, interactive, effective, and efficient in their development and delivery.
This webinar will focus on areas that can be developed, re-imagined, and refined to provide students with developmental opportunities, areas for advancement, and increasing support through LLC programs. Specific examples, training and development plans, and models that may work on your campus will be explored further in our discussion. If you are looking to re-energize, re-imagine, and re-work a LLC Program, please sign up for this webinar.
- Historical Context
- Common trends
- Redesigning your programs
- Things to think about
- MUST HAVES
- Planning and implementation
- Re-creating existing programs
- Final Thoughts – Things to consider
- Attendees will learn about the history of LLCs, begin to think about aspects to consider when re-working current programs
- Attendees will learn new ideas which they can implement into their programs
- Attendees will be able to identify common trends in LLCs
- Attendees will be able to identify specific factors, which can be implemented into LLCs that have been successful in other programs.
Who Should Attend:
Entry level coordinators, mid-level managers, directors in charge of LLCs
Dr. Matthew Kerch has extensive experience developing learning programs, LLCs, and learning communities. Kerch will be able to share experiences at a variety of institutions (small-large, public-private) to help your institution re-imagine your LLCs on your campus.